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Frequently Asked Questions

Updated: Jan 26, 2023






What Should Your Privacy Policy Include?

A basic Privacy Policy needs to include the following:


Data Collection:

An explanation of the type of data your websites collects and why you collect it.

Security of Personal Data: A clause which explains how you keep your Users personal data secure.


Personal Data Sharing:

You need to include who Personal Data is shared with, if anyone.

Cookies: Outlines what cookies are and what types of cookies you use on your website.


Affiliate Disclosure:

Disclose if your website uses affiliate links and earns a commission.

Privacy Policy amendments: How your website makes updates to this policy available to your Users.


To know more about what you need to include in your privacy policy, please refer to our articles on Privacy Policy.


To be GDPR compliant, what should your privacy policy include?

Data subjects rights:

Does your website transfer any personal data to another country.



Details of the transfer of personal data to a third country:

A clause which explains how you keep your Users personal data secure.


The right to lodge a complaint with the correct authority:

You need to include who Personal Data is shared with, if anyone.


The right to withdraw consent:

Outlines what cookies are and what types of cookies you use on your website.


Data retention:

Disclose if your website uses affiliate links and earns a commission.


Automated decision making:

How your website makes updates to this policy available to your Users.


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